Water Line Repair Replacement and Installation
Can't find what is leaking? Our experts can sniff our your water intrusion issue where others have failed. My Georgia Plumber's professionals can diagnose, locate and repair any water leak in your home or on your property. Leaks are repaired quickly and efficiently to save you time and money.
Just like many other plumbing issues, a leak in your water distribution system could start small—but it will likely only get worse the longer you wait to repair it. That's why it's smart to call in the professionals before a minor problem turns into an emergency and costly damage to repair.
Expert Water Line Repair & Service
While many water line repair services involve digging up an entire lawn for days on end, My Georgia Plumbers offers a better solution. A low-impact solution to underground water line damage, our trenchless pipe repair services get the job done with minimal disturbance to your yard.
Water line repair has never been so easy:
- Water line repairs done in a day or less.
- Non-invasive methods replace old pipes where possible.
- Minimal disturbance to your lawn, sidewalks and driveways.
- Saving you time and money.
- All repairs conform to industry standards.
- All of our water line repairs, workmanship and parts are completely guaranteed for your total peace of mind. We work hard to get the job done right the first time and to ensure your satisfaction throughout the entire process.
Finding and repairing a water line leak
In many instances, only a specific section of the water line needs to be replaced, so once the leak is located, the faulty section will be placed with thick-walled, high-quality copper piping.
Once installed, the repaired or replaced section is thoroughly pressure-tested for leaks. Not only that, but a municipal inspection is also usually performed for final job approval. Steps are then taken to restore your property grounds to their original condition. Most of the time, damage is caused by:
- Overgrown tree roots
- Mineral build up and residue
- High water pressure
- Ground movement
- Acidic soil conditions
- Freezing and thawing
- General deterioration over time